The Scottish Optoelectronics Association (SOA) is delighted to announce it will exhibit and host a Scotch whisky reception at SPIE Photonics West 2019, the world’s largest photonics technologies event.
When: 5th February 2019 – 7th February 2019
Where: Moscone Convention Centre, the Scottish Pavilion, Booth 1651, South Hall
During the show, attendees will be able to meet our CEO, Stephen Taylor, to discuss Scotland’s thriving Photonics Community and help your business make connections to suit your research and business needs.
In addition, the SOA will be hosting a Scotch Whisky Reception in conjunction with the UK Drinks Reception on the evening of Wednesday 6th January at UK Pavilion North Hall Stand 5153. The Reception will run from 5:30-7:30pm, and with over 300 attendees expected we invite you to come along and join us to:
• Learn about Scotland’s thriving Photonics Community and how you can get involved with The SOA
• Find out about Technology Scotland, our projects and activities
• Enjoy tasting a number of different regional whiskies from Scotland whilst networking with key industry figures
Want to visit our booth or arrange a meeting with Stephen Taylor? Please email Emma Dixon at [email protected]
About SPIE Photonics West
SPIE Photonics West is the world’s largest annual event for the photonics, laser, and biomedical optics industries. The show welcomes thousands of scientists, engineers, and executives representing over 1,300 exhibiting companies and some 20,000 attendees, with expertise spanning:
• Biophotonics for brain research and healthcare
• Lasers for research and advanced manufacturing
• Sensors and camera systems
• Imaging and displays
• Communications and optoelectronics
• Core optical components that enable many of today’s consumer products.
Consisting of three conferences, two world-class exhibitions, 40 industry events, courses & workshops, Photonics West is a must attend event for those in the photonics and optics industries. The show will be hosted at the Moscone Convention Centre in San Francisco.